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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY APRIL 22 i892. 8 press Goods. Wc show the greatest variety of new novel patterns in all kinds of dress goods Challics, fine combi nations, silks and satins, French novelties, lawn batistes and ging hams. B.v 0 I On Tuesday 50 pieces 0 L J..'m tistca. Challics and Zeph yrs 10 to 12 i-2c at 8 1-2 cents a yard. EVGllillg' A full hue of eve- Shades. nins shade dress goods at special prices for this week. Also a line Chepe D'Chi ncs, Surahs and India Silks. Tlte Of that fine Sheer Balance White India Lawn worth 25c is going rapidly at 15c a yard. Have you seen our new spring stock? If not, why not? Is style, quality and low prices no object. Wc arc not tak ing any second place on shoes. Ladies' shoes, ladies' cloth top shoes, in all shades. Ladies' low quarter shoes, children's shoes, men's "Best Shoes in America"' price $6 a pair. OOAP - - - - COLG-AtBS Wc have just Soap received a smaii lot of several thousand cakes of Colgates Fine Toilet Soaps. The regular prices are 10c to 50c. This vcek4c to 33c. a cake. Fine perfumeries, toilet powder, glyce rine and vaseline at low prices. We will sell .Ladies' fine Percale and White Waists worth $1 each at 39c each. Only 2 to one customer THIS We will wmTtVR" Leather 50c to 75c at 25c only, sell Ladies' Belts worth We will sell Fancy 4-4 Table Covers worth 50c at just 24 c. m am nuvumn 1 24c H 9TH33UTWV OUSEKEEPCRS This Week AS worth 50c a dojen, at 34c a doz. Fine double Fringed Bleached Damask Towels, worth 50c at 33c. Heavy Bath Towels: WORTH 15c, at 10c. WORTH 25c, at 15c. WORTH 35c, at 22 i-2c. WORTH 50c, at 25c. A Drive Good, heavy Half Bleach Linen Crash, worth ioc, at 7 12c a yard. 20 pieces assoited Crash, worth 15c to 17c, at ioc a yard. 5 patterns extra Crash, worth 20c. at 12 i-2ca yard this week. it;crjw3XKSxrZMirzxwxai3 Table Linen. We offer splendid 60 and 65c cent values in Red and Bleached Table Linens this week at 49c a yard. TUESDAY, uLluullb our second floor and AM) buy an Easel or Screen Lnnnn at bargain prices. LUOuldi Straw Matting and Carpets low. Tuesday we will sell 50 fjjj nanusomc sukciuuc imcu screens, worth $1.50. at only S5C. Only one to each customer. FOU IJKNT A 7 room cottaue Nit, 80 Austin KTOiinc, co'. tilithth G W. W. Uoodwyn, 182J CI y Htrect or Hell - Saisum n. 3-J2-1 w PERSONAL. is in Ladies' Silk Waists. Worth $7.50 at even 5.00. GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL. GEO. WILLIG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT. Money lo Loan on Farmi, Ranchet, and ail Klndi of City Property, at Low Ratet of Inlereit and in Amouats to Suit. OFFICE: Room No. 10, Provident Building, First Floor. Mr. Smith Parr, of Walnut, tho city. Mr. J M. Ijiinl'am of Gatosvillo is at the Pacific. Mr. J. V. Blako of Alexia is quar tered at (ho Pacific. Dr. O. S. Phillips of Corpus Uluisti is a guost of the Now MuOlelland. Mr. K 0. Stotrio is again bad: in thooity. llo is stopping Ht tho itoyal. Mr. J. E. MoLendon, proprietor of the Uatcsviile Star, is in the city on business. Messrs N. H. llamos ami D. C. Campbell of Albany, u:o guests at theRojal. t Mr. Mark Smith, a former highly re spected citizen of Ga'esville, has lo cated permanently in this city. Mr. Lauis and Miss Ida Schwartz of Hompstcad, are visiting Waco and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 15. Alex under. Mr. A. D. Fife of tho wholesale cor riago finn cf Fife & Gaston of Dallus is in the city. Ho has apartments at tho New McClelland. Hon. George Clark came homo yes terday to attend to souio important private business. His appointment at Farmersvillc today was fillea by Dud ley G. Wooten. Judge Claik's next speech will be at J3elton ncxtTuesdiy, April 20 m Hotel Arrivals. At the Pacific- Dr S A Owen", homo: Will Simmons, Chas Reagan, city; E J Owens, New iork; S ) Mings, Galvestou: A N Moors, South Carolina; T E Battle, Marlin, Lee Uaruthers, city, F M Shick, city; Mis Julia Sturgi-, IIillboro; Bart Moore, oity, J I Moore, city; M A Singer, St Louis, Clias Hollander, Cincinnati; 0 V Re. d, Milwaukee; C PWhito and wife, S B Hawkins and wife, Galveston, Chas W Skinner, Austin; J W Blake, Mexia; Jas M Lanham, Gatesville; C A Rudgerp, Galveston, UolJ D Crawford, Marshall; E 0 Mc L'an, Sherman; Frank Stanley Fort Worth; J W Covington, Lampasas; John T Bonner, Taj lor S A Miller Detroit. Mich; M Hass, New York; John V Hood. Cameron; J N Cook rill, city; .f C Joseph, Cameron; E C Barrett, Wao, I V Moses, Texas, Arch Crcbbi, St Louis; N Druohleyr, New York; M C Beth, Gatesville; E T Moore, Austin. CGNuAB CONRAD A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. While it Fs true I have been chosen the President or the LonIj ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, Istlft retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Com. pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery etc., as wcll-as all other business communications should be addressed to me here ns heretofore PAUL CONRAD, LCtt BlA 1353 NfcW ORLEANS LA. xsv ran .vt tnfo. raw m rsra t k& fft fe&SSSyB iTnt t i-1! 3-1! LU y ssi iri r-t wti .n-naJ.' u&r O fZZ W ;5 v mrrriLs::Z? o V) 3 O. CD S V- -i CO SO m CD so CO CyO W r n X a in CAH SOT 8 UNDERSOLD. Ill fact, everything you can be found at the ment of need for your house Mammoth Establish- KCURTIS a 0RAND Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. The Kellimi & Rotan Investment Co. .-u.stln. St. -501 1-2 na E33K 90 Hair-Dressing. 1 h-.o jenred tbn serli es of Ml? Qoitlo D.ivla of New York Cltr, la itlpg' u-tlitlo hnlr dresser. Banvs cut ami cnrlcd and hair drieeel In the Utest b lcs tblldren'h hslr cut.ehttmpnolng, hair dried in ten mli ute with dfjcr llulr mailo to order, wl,s, bsngs braids, etc MRS. B.J. DOSS, 400 AUSTIN ST. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. W. E. DUPREE, Cider MiimiHicliiriT and Dealer in Agricultural implements Wagons, Buggies, Carriages and Road Carts, Barbed and plain wire. Agent for the celebrated Whitman Hay Press, McCormick's Binders and Mowers, Deering Binders and Mowe s, Osborne Binders and Mowers. Full supply extras kept on hand for all machines. Examine my stock and get prices and you will not buy elsewhere. Cor. Bridge and First Streets, Waco, Texas. d&w THE RBISEL TRAGEDY. J. W. MANN, T. C. TIBBS, J. K. ROSE, President. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas imm mi mm iiEFfiicEpm wmmwi, ICE, COLD STORACE ANDCOAL. T-AuS. 33. EO--A.2ST, - Siaperintendent Miller's Bargains For Saturday. 500 lb of the best pirohed coffee at 20 cents a lb pkg 20 lb granulated sugar for 1, 22 lb htowi, siiK.irfur h I4 11) he .d rioe for $1 - Lnuanvassed and canvaas4 hams at 11 cents alb. - Uncanvassed shoulder sugar curel at 10 cents u lb. Drv salt shouldors at 7 oonU Breakfriat btcon at 11 oents a It Spiced pn;feot at XiO conts u dozen. JNice miokrcl at .ij conts u duuu. Amorioan sarui.ios at 4 cents a can; h 4-e 2t cents. (The rolling pin alone is. worth tho money) Nice fresh lemons at JJe't sugr house molasses at oO ots. gallon Whhat I Know About Hardware and Our Artesian Wells. There is a" doubt that our artesian water comes from a nielior level than tho highest point in and around Waco lor water positively reluses to run up hill of its own accord. As tho slope of the country is from northwest to to southeast, thore are strung grounds to believe that the underground wa'erb follows tho tame oourse, like tho rivers Rains falling on the eandy plains of tho northwest Dnd their way between fissures of rock into beds of Hand and gravel. This naturl filter ro naves every purticlo of organio mt it. When tapped here, tho water nan uiuv a iew naruuess minerals 111 Second bes heivy m lasses at 150 ctsrrr gallon, formerly fold at 50 oent solution which it has iiioked up in its IS cen's a d "ir-Ug underground routo. Thu value ot these wells to Waoo and T. xas is inestimable. While wo bavo in the CTtjnho best and cheapest water it revolutionize farming. Tho Buckwheat Hour (2 lb p'lg) at 10 oUt--fr-Tnay tap an inexhaubtublo res Aunt .limiuias pancako tluur at 10 cts a package. Coltou'fl California evaporated an I cots at ja 1 Z conts a pound One lot of ghes rollining pins filled--Stwc; 717 Austin A venue- with 1 lb ol good baking powder 4t O J. Mu.ntftr to drenoh his ciops, instead of ing on the tioJclo 1'rsas rains. "still in tho screen business oan turnish vou n kinds and alifornia pitt plums at 12 1 2a"-arrbr "srecTof doors and window frames at enrgta pooled and sliced poaches wrrr"53jn'fn puce I have a largo ttock of orvoix- 1" 12 cents a pound California egs plums 8 I 3 cts a4k Billing umges, iorcy springs, green nd rust-proof wire ninth Tn lnw, A job lot of French sardiuoa at l'i-1 ijjitomrs (Frenoh) 10 lbs for SUdOr nTowers I can give you the best at the fino a I. uaniornia raisons i-i ins ior suul rowesi prico.. tiavo vou ever neon t. iresn supply 01 jeuvs put in i.z iu Ualitornu dried giapes la lbs tor,? Jrfiu)led with leaky hoso? Try my oa"B Fancy ovaporated applos 12 lbs foxSi--aoreamless rubber tubo hoso. It uainornn jeny at u 1 a oenis a---Nice krout lllbs lor $1 vu. (regular J: conts a earn - Country butter at 15 ots u pounds Also ono lot put up in II, 5, If) ftDir-ttfJ--rjobkit)g butter at 12 1 2 cts a nauml lb buckets at 5 cents a lb. riirQ.JUoaiias, 01 anges, fresh strawbauir- f...lt :.!!.. nl.....n 1.1 t 1A ..... tl.l- C -II 1 .. 1 ... T . iiui. lauy unvuiD nuiu 01 11) uclllB--uwrciai)ll.,S oi an KlllQS at cno will not leak Yours for hardware, Ed. Strauss, Fourth and Mary Strtets. Hon Garland desires to inform .;. flkDisthat he will bo pleated to s"e ,Si them attho now carriage house. Kaufman Dead Two Negroes Ar rested Yesterday Released. Mr. Jake Weaver came up from R isel this morning. His version of the Kaufman killing is, that two strange negroes called Mr. Kaufmn up abtiU' 9 o'clock on the night of the 19th, stating th.t they wished to get into the stoe They wanted something to eat. Mr Ktufman opened his s'orcand sold them some canned meats. One of the negroes tendered a fivj dollar bill and Mr. Kaufman turned to his safe and wa in the act of taking out his cash box to get the change when one of the negroes, who had quit eating, stepped up within a few feet of the un-uspect ing merchant and fired The ball en tired just behind the left arm, taking a course directly toward the back bone purring the spine. Mr. earners heard the shot and ran to the store, lie saw one of the ngroes nfil ng the safe and the other s'andmg with cmoking pistol over the prostra e bid) of thcrvctim Reamers attempted to get Mr Kau'man's pistol which wus behind the count- r but wa9 observed and attacked before he found it. He was forced to retreat and as he ran out of iho store thre i shots were fired nt him. The negroes got about $3 in money out of the safe and escaped to the brush. Seamers returned with other parties and found Kaufman lying in front of his safe His body from the middle of his back down was paryl zed, but he was peifectly rational up to 3 p m. yesterday when he died He made his will.read 't alter it had been wrirtten yesterday morning, pronounced it all right and affixed his signature He also signed oilier papers concerning businc-s rnatteis. Tne report that one of the negroes had been caught and hioged, Mr. Weaver said was untrue. The guilty parties have not beun caught and when thpy are their uncertain iden'ity will, doubtless, prevent summary treatment. T he people around Reiel are ju-t'y indignant and will scour the country for the murderous wretches until they are found if that is possible. Tho two nognc, Leo McGowan and Alber Jones, who wpto arrcsten and j died yesterday on smpician cl bning tho murderers of KugeneKauf. niann.nf Reiael, proved not to bo the pn pernors of tho deed and wcro .c levcd last night. Mr. Si amers, tho party who itnosseil tho terriblo crime and who was snot at'soveral times by 'In' blurk fiends camo to town yester day evening for tho puipjse of inen tiffing them and ftaid that they waro uoi the men win'ed. Tho Advantages of Buying From Us Are: Wo are cash buyers, havo the ohoico ot tho tntire Piano industry to select fnm; wo are agents for the best first obiss instruments as well as tho best nudium grade, we do a lareer bus! nos than tho other sixty dealers in Toxis combined; wo have been estab lished over twenty fivo years and can not afford to j opurdie our good name by misrepresenting the quality ot instruments, or taking advantage of any one for tho siko of gaining a few dollars; wo are in business to shy; we do not auk for note? on timo tales, our large business enables us to give b-'ttcr v.llue for less money ilnn small dealers, Our guarintco is absolute safety, and protection to buyers. Our re-ponsibility unquestioned. Wo vill mail catalogues and prioo lists, and t-ourteously answer all cotrespondence. Ttios. flooc,,vN & Bno. Hundreds of fathers who aro no buying med'eino for their babies a tho Old Corner drug store, theraselvos tpok medicine bought for tliem at the Bamo old oorner by their fathers when they wcro children. Things oome and go but tho Old Uorher drug store re mains forever.